A new antibody treatment offers long-awaited hope for immunocompromised patients, if Omicron doesn't get here first
When Laura Burns went to get her first Covid-19 shot last January, no one had warned her that the vaccines might not work for her.
Burns, the recipient of a double-lung transplant in 2016, knew to be careful about the medicines she took. She consulted with her transplant team when the Pfizer and Moderna shots were authorized and only signed up after being told the vaccines would likely be safe for her, which they were.
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